Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Pittsburgh Security Guards Get 3-Year Labor Deal

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Pittsburgh Security Guards Get 3-Year Labor Deal

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More than 1,000 union security officers that guard major buildings in Pittsburgh have reached a new three-year labor contract with 14 security companies, the Service Employees International Union announced on Monday.

Details of the agreement are expected to be shared Tuesday at a news conference alongside Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto, who has been a key supporter of SEIU 32BJ, a division of the SEIU that represents 25,000 building janitors, security guards and other property services workers in Pennsylvania.

An SEIU spokesperson, reached on Monday, declined to share specifics before Tuesday's event in the mayor's conference room.

The announcement comes nearly two months after contract negotiations began for what is the second-ever deal covering the security guards, who voted to unionize and approved their first contract in 2015. …

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